mam-241_pastprog

2.4.1 Make-a-Map Ideas

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Create a map that illustrates the use of the past progressive for interrupted action. Make a map about the things that happened to Ben. Take a snapshot from the movie and describe what’s h...
mam-221

2.2.1 Make-a-Map Ideas

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Have students create a quiz or game with their maps, such as filling in or matching the characters, their future jobs, and pictures. Take a snapshot of one or all the characters and make a map ...
mam-211-collections

2.1.1 Make-a-Map Ideas

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Make a map about things you can collect. Make a map about Ben's postcard collection. Make a map about a hobby. Make a map about things you look at, look up, and look after. ...
mam_161

1.6.1 Make-a-Map Ideas

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Create a map about the events that happened in the movie. Make a map about all the places that Ben Looked in the house. Make a map illustrating how to make the past simple with regular verbs...
mam-151

1.5.1 Make-a-Map Ideas

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Make a map about the possessive apostrophe. Using one or more nouns, and illustrate the difference it makes when the apostrophe comes before or after the "s." Make a map showing how an apostr...
mam_141

1.4.1 Make-a-Map Ideas

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Make a map about Mike. What does he do? What does he like? Make a map that illustrates the "s rule" for the 3rd person singular in present simple. Make a map illustrating the spelling change...
MaM 131

1.3.1 Make-a-Map Ideas

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Using the words “a” and “an” from the image bank, ask students to place images or words with the correct article. They may use the image search to include more nouns. Ask students to ma...
MaM 121

1.2.1 Make-a-Map Ideas

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Write the question "What is Ben doing?" at the top or center of the page. Ask students to answer the question using images, text boxes, or movie clips. Show an image, sentence, or movie clip t...
MaM 115

Make-a-Map Ideas

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Take snapshots from the movie and write  commands in the caption boxes. For example, “Moby, jump!”...
MaM 114

Make-a-Map Ideas

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Have students make a map with a partner. In a text box, student A writes a simple sentence using one of the prepositions in, on, under, near, behind. For example, The dog is under the bench. St...